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Contribute to an on-the-move.org survey

OTM SURVEY – November 14, 2007

www.on-the-move.org is a website dedicated to information about international mobility in the areas of theatre, dance, music and other performing arts disciplines. We issue a regular bulletin with opportunities for the mobility of artists and other performing arts professionals plus news, policy and resource items that specifically concern international mobility.

You are invited to send us news and announcements with specific opportunities or information, to facilitate and encourage cross-border professional mobility in the contemporary performing arts. Suitable news items will be posted on the website and is distributed to our subscribers worldwide in our newsflash.
Send to the Editor: info@on-the-move.org

You are welcome to use this information for non-profit purposes. For any other uses, please contact the Editor.

News from On the Move

On-the-Move user survey – please contribute! (deadline: 10 Dec 2007) On-the-Move invites all site users and newsletter subscribers to contribute to a SHORT survey. This user-friendly questionnaire should take you 10-15 minutes to complete. We very much value your feedback and hope you will take part.  We are interested to get your views on how you use the site, your ideas for future content, features, languages and interactivity.
The normal OTM Newsflash will be sent out next week.

Subscribe / Unsubscribe

If you wish to subscribe to the On The Move mailing list we will send you our regular bulletin. Just send an e-mail to list-ON@on-the-move.org . To cancel your subscription, just send an e-mail to list-OFF@on-the-move.org. Feel free to forward this e-mail to colleagues and friends.

On-the-Move was set up by IETM in 2002. It is now an independent international association, on-the-move.org aisbl.

On-the-Move works in partnership with an international network of Connectors:
Centro Dramatico de Aragon, Dance Info Finland, Finnish Theatre Information Centre,
Goethe-Institut Brussels, Instytut Teatralny Poland, Irish Theatre Institute, Miso-Music Portugal,
Open Society Institute Arts & Culture Program (Azerbaijan), Pisa-Papeis, Russian Theatre Union.

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